Height: 5' 9"
Hometown: Greenwood, IN
High School: Center Grove
Had an unprecedented junior season starting all 48 games for the Flyers...Named First Team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Region...First Team All-Atlantic 10...Ranked second in the nation in home runs per game (0.38 – 18 HR)...Was 12th in the nation for slugging percentage (.843), 13th in home runs (18), 35th in RBI per game (1.0), 45th in on-base percentage (.500) and 58th in batting average (.403)...Ranked sixth in the A-10 in hits (54)...Led the conference with 18 home runs, an .843 slugging percentage and 48 RBI...Sixth in A-10 in runs scored (35), third in total bases (2.35), second in on-base percentage, second in batting average...Had 15 multi-hit games...Had four RBI or more in one game on four separate occasions...Set a career-best five RBI in a single game on March 4 against Howard...Repeated again with a five-RBI effort against Rhode Island on April 17...Hit a walk-off three-run home run against Eastern Kentucky on May 1...Seven of her home runs were hit with two outs in the inning...Hit .423 with runners on-base, including 13 home runs and three doubles... Led the Flyers in batting average, home runs, runs, hits, RBI, total bases, slugging percentage, walks (20), hit by pitch (6), on-base percentage (.500)...Had a .982 fielding percentage, recording 202 putouts when in the infield.
Smacked seven homeruns throughout the season which gave her the UD record for career homeruns…against IPFW Nacke crushed two home runs going 2-for-3 and recording three RBI…she started in all 55 games as the designated player…her 26 RBI and 8 doubles were the third highest on the team in each category…was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases…finished the season with a .267 average, which was boosted during the second half of the season when she had a .312 average…had an eight game hit streak late in the season including a 3-for-4 effort against Eastern Kentucky…recorded 9 games with two or more hits and batted above .500 13 times…only 18 games when she didn’t reach base safely at least once.
Perhaps one of the most decorated freshmen ever at Dayton...was named the First Team All-Atlantic 10 designated player and also earned a spot on the A-10 All-Rookie Team...she was one of just two freshmen who earned First Team A-10 accolades...voted by teammates as UD's Rookie of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year...led the Flyers in RBI (30), slugging percentage (.573), home runs (10), grand slams (2) and putouts (204)...three times was named the A-10 Rookie of the Week...first earned Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors on April 6 after hitting four home runs, including a grand slam, and notching 11 RBI...took the honor for the consecutive second week on April 13 after hitting .571 with 9 RBI on three home runs, including her second grand slam...earned it for the third time on April 27 after hitting .529 and slugging 1.182 with three home runs and 11 RBI to lead the Flyers to a 4-2 record on the week...was clutch with bases loaded, batting .600 with three on...hit first collegiate home run on March 31 against IPFW then proceeded to hit a home run in nine of UD's next 16 games...the home run sparked Nacke to a .404 batting average and .947 slugging percentage in the last half of the season...had a team-best and career-high 5 RBI with the help of two home runs in a 9-2 win over George Washington...hit grand slams against George Washington and St. Bonaventure...in conference only games she was first in the A-10 in home runs (7), third in RBI (20), and fifth in slugging percentage (.696) and total bases (39).
Prior to UD
Batted over .400 for her high school career...was selected 1st Team All-State and also was voted to play in the 2008 North-South All-Star game for the South...also a 1st team all-MIC selection as a senior...four year letterwinner for the Center Grove High School Trojans... helped lead her team to three Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference titles including a state final four appearance in 2005...led the Indianapolis leader board in batting average with a .435 clip in 2006...also competes on the Indy Edge 18U softball team.
Daughter of Mark and Leslie Nacke...has a brother Matt...born May 19, 1990...Business major.